Apple Cider Vinegar is simple a fermented fruit, apples, which results in a combination of yeast and bacteria called the “mother” of the vinegar and looks like strands floating in the mixture. Apple Cider Vinegar is full of probiotics, enzymes, acetic acid, B-vitamins, antioxidants and may contain small amounts of amino acids and potassium.
Simply stated, apple cider vinegar seems to have many health benefits. Let’s look at the known benefits:
- Lowers blood sugar levels.
- Aids in fighting diabetes type 2.
- Assists in weight loss.
- Reduces belly fat.
- Increases gut probiotics.
- May control gut bacteria.
- May help reduce the risk of cancer.
However, apple cider vinegar does not:
- Cure cancer.
- Lower blood pressure.
- Or, resolve kidney disease.
Side effects from over-use may include:
- Erosion of teeth enamel.
- Increase or initiation of acid reflux or throat burns.
- Have negative interactions with certain drugs.
- Bloating or nausea.
- Excessive acid levels with may result in osteoporosis.
- Lower potassium levels.
- Allergic reaction.
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How to consume apple cider vinegar?
- While it may vary for different health concerns, body weight, age, and desired outcome, it’s always best to start with small amounts and work up to larger amounts.
- It’s easier on your palate and stomach to dilute the apple cider vinegar in water and drink as a beverage.
- Start with 1–2 teaspoons (5–10 ml) per day and increase to 1–2 tablespoons (15–30 ml) per day. You may also add a sweetener such as honey, agave, coconut sugar, or stevia.
- Drink first thing in the morning, before bedtime and with or after each meal.
- Rinse your mouth after drinking.
- Do NOT consume more than 2 Tbsp. per day.
Additional uses for apple cider vinegar are:
- House cleaning.
- Dental care.
- Hair conditioner.
- Food preservative.
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